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Re: gratuitous nostalgia was: re: Looping in prehistory
My G*D we have so much possiblity. I concur. I have a pile of pedals, a
few synth capable guitars, a Boss RC-20XL and a computer loaded with
Cubase. All of this technology and absolutely no time to use it. Between
launching a new career in health care with fulltime school, working,
paying a mortgage and still managing to be a reasonable
husband/son/brother/friend, I have little time to utilize any of it. A
crushing irony. I would've been gobsmacked if someone had told me about
all of this in the 80's when I was a gigging , functional musician. Aside
from my weekly gig mangling worship tunes in a church with weird noises, I
have little time to create. Dangnations!
Anyone else experiencing this along with option ansiety?
>From: Tony K <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Sent: Dec 21, 2005 3:44 PM
>Subject: Re: gratuitous nostalgia was: re: Looping in prehistory
>> It's a good time to be alive as a musician (even if it's harder and
>> to find places to play).
>> Watching Jaco loop those harmonics in an ostinato pattern it makes me
>> think how jazzed he would be today,
>> owning an EDP, a Looperlative, a Repeater, a laptop with Augustus
>> or Moebius or Ableton's Live.
>> What he would do with it all. It's humbling, isn't it?
>I've wondered the same thing about people like Janis and Jimi. But then
>look at some of the 'greats' who did survive and see what they are doing
>now. I look at Fripp or Eno and see where the technology took them, and
>then see Clapton, who is GREAT - no doubt, but is still playing the same
>It is still a great great time to be a musician!